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SE24_60
Last update: 23-04-2021
ECC Report

WPT applications operating in various frequency ranges will be considered at the studies.



The first studies will focus on Wireless Power Transmission (WPT) systems for Electric Vehicles (EV) operating in the frequency band 79 - 90 kHz.

These studies will support the work of CEPT CPG on its studies in relation to WRC-19 Agenda item 9.1, Issue 9.1.6.

Other types of WPT applications and other frequency ranges will be considered at the second step of studies.
S: 30-09-2018
T: 03-06-2022

The study will cover generic WPT systems/devices    operating in various  frequency ranges e.g. 19-21 kHz, 58-62 kHz,79-90 kHz and 100-300 kHz. 

ETSI developed ands ent to ECC a second SRdoc (“ERM System Reference document (SRdoc); Wireless Power Transmission (WPT) systems for WPT operating below 30 MHz, TR 103 493)dealing with all kinds of WPT systems other than WPT-EV.  This study could support the ITU-R WP 1A/WP1B work on WPT applications and frequency ranges (Question ITU-R 210-3/1).

ECC Report 289 on WPT-EV in the 79-90 kHz band is published. A second ECC Report is to be developed on WPT applications.


In Progress
SE24_69
Last update: 23-04-2021
ECC Report New co-existence studies between various SRD applications including SRDs in data networks in the 915-919.4 MHz band
SRD/MG_07
SE24_61
SE07_30

To study the various solutions for coexistence between various SRDs (including data network) in the 915 – 919.4 MHz band , by performing the following investigations:

• Mutual impact between NBN, UNB and CSS, considering only 500 mW transmissions as interferers
• New opportunities for high-power SRD in data networks in 916.5-917.3 MHz and 917.7-918.5 MHz (max EIRP and max DC to be determined), as described in FM(19)035 - Annex 21 / SE(19)028
• Impact of high-power SRD in data networks (current 500 mW entries and new opportunities) on 25 mW SRD in data networks as per ERC/REC 70-03 - Annex 2 
• Impact of high-power SRD in data networks (current 500 mW entries and new opportunities) on 25 mW wideband SRD in data networks as per ERC/REC 70-03 - Annex 3 
• Impact of high-power SRD in data networks (current 500 mW entries and new opportunities) on RFID interrogators and tags as per ERC/REC 70-03 - Annex 11


S: 14-09-2018
T: 03-06-2022

Study also to determine the appropriate levels of power and duty cycle to ensure compatibility with existing SRD in the band in each of the two frequency ranges 916.5 to 917.3 MHz and 917.7 to 918.5 MHz. 

Note: The use of all or part of the bands 915-919.4 MHz may not be available in some European countries due to the use of all or part of these sub-bands for defence/ governmental systems.

UL transmissions will also be taken into account.
Communications between SE
7 and SE24 would be required. 


In Progress
SE24_71
Last update: 23-04-2021
ECC Report Radiodetermination applications within the frequency range 116 GHz to 260 GHz
To carry out studies for sensor types/ scenarios A, B, and C taking into account ETSI TR 103 498
S: 25-01-2019
T: 31-01-2022

Radiodetermination applications in 116-260 GHz range:

o                         The studies should be carried out for sensor types and scenarios A, B, and C taking into account ETSI TR 103 498

o                         The studies can also include other types of UWB technology based sensors which are not described in ETSI TR 103 498. Such information may be considered based onc ontributions within the process. One example is automotive radars.
In Progress
SE24_73
Last update: 30-09-2021
ECC Report Radiodetermination equipment for ground based vehicular applications within the frequency range 77 - 81 GHz
Sharing and compatibility studies of Radio-determination equipment for ground based vehicular applications based on the information provided in ETSI TR 103 593
S: 20-05-2020
T: 31-01-2023
To initiate studies for Automotive Short Range Radars taking into account ETSI TR 103 593.

The additional information relating to the impact of altering the scope of the apparatus from automotive short range radars to ground based vehicular radar equipment will be sent by WGFM in June 2020 (to be reconsidered at the next WG SE meeting)

In Progress
SE24_74
Last update: 30-09-2021
ECC Report SScs within 60 - 82 GHz
Sharing and compatibility studies
of Security Scanners (SScs) within frequency range 60 - 82 GHz

S: 20-05-2020
T: 30-09-2022
To initiate studies for SScs taking into account ETSI TR 103 664
In Progress
SE24_75
Last update: 23-04-2021
Other Additional UWB radiodetermination applications within the frequency range 116 GHz to 260 GHz for vehicular use
To carry out studies in the candidate bands 116 to 130 GHz, 134 to 141 GHz and 141 to 148,5 GHz , limited to the consideration of the two following applications:
  •  Short-range assist and surrounding monitoring for vehicles and autonomous systems (limited to bands adjacent to EESS (passive)), and
  •  In-vehicle surveillance radar for presence detection and healthcare/medical applications,
taking into account the previous work conducted under work item SE24_71 on these sensor types.

S: 22-04-2021
T: 03-06-2022
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* Target dates are seen as the intended date for the final approval of the related deliverable by the responsible entity. Internal deadlines for project teams and dates for the start of Public Consultations can be reflected in the remarks column. In general this implies that the draft deliverable should be completed by the project team one WG meeting earlier for publication.
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